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The 0.3mm long parasites live deep in the pores of our faces but may be about to go extinct.
The country's deadliest quake in two decades strikes in the night as many people sleep in their beds.
A long-awaited report into police failings is criticised by a woman raped by grooming gangs in the town.
Cardiff City have held talks with Gareth Bale's representatives as they step up their efforts to sign the out-of-contract Wales captain.
There's criticism of the move as ministers warn workers not to expect pay rises to match increasing costs.
Food, energy and fuel price rises help drive inflation up in May at its fastest pace since 1982.
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Jaylon Ferguson dies at the age of 26, the NFL team has announced.
Nikki Barrett runs Affordable Food Stoke, which saves surplus food and gives it away for free.
Health officials say parents should ensure their children have been vaccinated against the disease.
Sadio Mane completes a £35m move from Liverpool to Bayern Munich on a three-year contract.
The plan could dramatically reduce cancer deaths - a goal of President Joe Biden's administration.
UK military intelligence believes the Donetsk militia in occupied Ukraine has lost 55% of its force.
Worthy Farm will welcome more than 200,000 festival-goers, but some have had to change their plans.
It is illegal to ride dirt bikes and ATVs (all-terrain vehicles) on the US city's streets.
Players who have joined the Saudi Arabian-backed LIV Golf series will be allowed to play at The Open at St Andrews next month.
UK inflation is rising at 9.1%, its fastest rate for 40 years, and could go even higher.
The singer gives a rare interview after going to number one thanks to the hit show Stranger Things.
Romelu Lukaku was supposed to elevate Chelsea to title contenders, but returns to Inter Milan just 10 months after his £97.5m arrival - so what went wrong for the striker at the Blues?
Police in Northern Ireland received a complaint about a joke the stand-up made at a show this month.
The Government's plan to replace railway staff during the strikes is dangerous, say Bristol RMT members.